Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Music Director to talk on January 12, 14 Classical Series “Three Bs” concert
Dayton, Ohio (December 23, 2005) – American literature had them: Burroughs, Baldwin, and Bellow. The Houston Astros have them: Bagwell, Biggio, and Berkman. And now, so does the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. Have what?
Three Bs, of course. For the DPO, the Three Bs are Beethoven, Bruch, and Bartók. On January 12 and 14, the DPO will host a concert, with music by these three princes of classical music, called a Royal Homecoming. And, on January 7 from 2 to 3 pm at the Centerville Boston Stoker, DPO Music Director Neal Gittleman will bring the Three Bs to life, with a talk about the men, their lives, and their music.
The January 12, 14 concert is also a homecoming for guest artist, violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, who premiered the DPO’s very first classical concert in the new Schuster Center in 2003.
This marks the second year that Boston Stoker has hosted the free Classical Coffee Klatch, during which – in a casual setting – Neal will talk in depth about the music featured in the upcoming January 12, 14 Royal Homecoming concert, field questions from attendees, and hold a free raffle for a Dayton Philharmonic CD.
The Centerville Boston Stoker is located at 6071 Far Hills Avenue in the Washington Square
Shopping Center behind the Dorothy Lane Market.